Export Restrictions on Critical Minerals and Metals

Testing the Adequacy of WTO Disciplines

; Giorgio Sacerdoti (Forord)

Examines existing WTO disciplines on export restrictions in light of the proliferation of export restraints on critical minerals and metals. Les mer
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Examines existing WTO disciplines on export restrictions in light of the proliferation of export restraints on critical minerals and metals.

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Foreword Giorgio Sacerdoti; Acknowledgements; List of abbreviations; WTO reports; GATT panel reports; Introduction; Part I. Minerals and Metals Critical to the World Economy and the Recent Proliferation of Export Restrictions: 1. Evolving world trade patterns in critical minerals and metals; 2. The landscape of export restrictions on critical minerals and metals; 3. Economic effects and policy goals of mineral export restraints; Part II. Existing WTO Disciplines on Export Restrictions: 4. WTO disciplines on export duties; 5. WTO disciplines on export quantitative restrictions; 6. GATT general exceptions relevant and applicable to WTO-inconsistent export restrictions; Part III. Regulatory Prospects: 7. Understanding the multifaceted discourse on export restrictions in the WTO: a brief conceptual framework; 8. Export restrictions in the Doha Round negotiations; 9. The way forward; Appendix 1. Export taxes applied to critical minerals and metals (2008-14); Appendix 2. Export licensing schemes applied to critical minerals and metals (2008-14); Bibliography; Index.

Om forfatteren

Ilaria Espa is a Marie Curie Senior Research Fellow at the World Trade Institute (WTI), University of Bern, and a member of the Work Package on 'Trade and Climate Change' of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research programme in Trade Regulation. She was a visiting scholar at Columbia Law School, and she has served as a consultant for the Trade and Environment Division of the WTO and for the Swiss Federal Office of Energy.